Exhaust systems often account for more than 20% of a laboratory facility’s HVAC energy costs. Meanwhile, high exhaust stack velocities are typically maintained in excess of what is necessary for all but the most extreme conditions, despite the fact that the air being exhausted is usually “clean” for a majority of the time. This results in wasted energy, but is also an opportunity for additional energy savings in critical spaces…

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This past May, SecureAire presented the results from its latest study on Particle Control Technology which was conducted in a hospital operating room. The study was presented by Dr. Mark Ereth, Emeritus Professor of Anesthesiology, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Don Hess, Chief Technology Officer of SecureAire. SecureAire has since compiled this data into a white paper entitled, “Reduced Particle Load in Operating Rooms, Airborne Pathogens Killed, and the Elimination of Infections. Keep reading to view the complete white paper…

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GEM School

Educational budgets are the largest part of nearly every town’s budget. This is what makes it so important to make our school buildings run efficiently. Today’s post discusses two of Flow Tech’s product offerings that are especially important to the safety and air quality of educational facilities. They are also the products we are showcasing during the 2016 CSBGA Vendor Day…

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Steril-Aire

#TBT: The following video case study discusses how an airport expansion could have put its occupant’s health at risk due to poor indoor air quality, had it not been for Steril-Aire’s Ultra-violet germicidal solutions installed within the facility’s HVAC system. Learn how the UV emitters not only helped this New Zealand airport, but how they can help your facility as well!

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